[FRPythoneers] Django Sprint on Sept 14th

Paul Hummer paul at eventuallyanyway.com
Fri Sep 7 17:22:39 MDT 2007

I can make myself available on Friday night and Saturday.  Although I've 
worked fairly extensively with Django, I don't know too much about the 
underpinnings, but I would like to assist in development wherever there 
is a need.  I'm also a "sprint virgin" but I'm excited to get involved.  
The bivio location is available on the site, but Matt's house is not.  
Could someone clue me in?


Jim Baker wrote:
> This sprint came at the right time so we could have a sprint in 
> September too!
> A number of us are are planning to participate: so far I know of Matt 
> Boersma, Brian Rosner, Ian Kelly, and Jim Baker (that would be me). 
> Anyone else?
> I plan to sprint both days on getting Django to run on Jython, to 
> build on some of the work that Frank Wierzbicki was able to do at the 
> last sprint, and then also extended by Leo Soto (see jython-dev). 
> Because it touches on internals related to introspection, this is also 
> related to some of the work Tobias Ivarsson, my GSoC student, was able 
> to do this summer.
> Here are the current details for the FR Pythoneers:
>     * Friday, probably Matt's house since it's centrally located
>     * Saturday, bivio office - confirmed
> I'll send more details as the plan develops.
> - Jim
> On 9/7/07, *Brian Rosner* <brosner at gmail.com 
> <mailto:brosner at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Django is holding a worldwide sprint and by the looks of the attendee
>     list in the online section myself and Matt are participating.  I am
>     sending this message out to see if others would be interested in
>     helping.
>     You can find more information in the django-dev discussion:
>     http://groups.google.com/group/django-developers/browse_frm/thread/9ed7681e2f567472
>     <http://groups.google.com/group/django-developers/browse_frm/thread/9ed7681e2f567472>
>     and on the wiki page for the event:
>     http://code.djangoproject.com/wiki/Sprint14Sep
>     I will be sprinting on Friday the 14th, but will only be able to
>     do so
>     for half the day.  However from the sound of everything it looks like
>     there might be some spill over into the weekend.  I am wondering for
>     those who would are interested about scheduling an In-Person meetup on
>     Saturday.  We can really do this anywhere that is possible (bivio (if
>     the space is available and nice enough to offer it up on somewhat
>     short notice), a Starbucks, a book store, just anywhere we can meet
>     and have wifi, insert suggestion here (i dont live in Boulder so dont
>     know the places well enough)).  Just throwing that idea out there.
>     --
>     Brian Rosner
>     http://www.brosner.com
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